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    New innovative management plan for Te Urewera

    In a public announcement today the Te Urewera Board released its draft principles to management the legal entity Te Urewera otherwise known as Te Urewera National Park. The principles are set to align with the unique relationship Te Urewera has with its people.

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    Local iwi want to play their role in biosecurity

    Local iwi must play their role in the biosecurity operation to deal with myrtle rust in their tribal regions.  This from Ngati Rehia who have been lobbying since the fungal disease was first found in Kerikeri and it appears their request has finally been agreed to.  

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    Call for new protocols on sacred sites over nude photo on Taranaki Maunga

    Taranaki academic, Dr Ruakere Hond is calling on Māori to outline values and protocols for sacred Māori sites.  It follows the recent picture of a glamour model who posted a nude photo of herself at the peak of Mt Taranaki on social media.

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    Ngāti Ruapani ki Waikaremoana says they will not bow down

    Ngāti Ruapani ki Waikaremoana intend to occupy the Aniwaniwa Visitors centre owned by the Department of Conservation in the hope that the conservation reopens the centre.  However, the building has been deemed unsafe and has been vacant since 2008.

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    Mixed feelings on use of 1080

    1080 was a focal point at the Whānau, Hapū and Iwi in Conservation conference held in Te Teko. Māori conservationists as well as representatives from the Department of Conservation debated the continued use of 1080 around NZ. 

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    DoC staff learn Waikato River history first hand

    For the first time, Department of Conservation (DoC) staff are learning first hand, the historical significance of the Waikato River through a rowing expedition by the tribe. Waikato-Tainui want their relationship with the government department to be strengthened. 

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    Raniera Tau pleads guilty to possession of Kererū

    Raniera Tau has appeared in the Invercargill District Court this morning charged with unlawful possession of kererū and another charge of hunting kererū.

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    Rare sighting of white humpback whale

    The Department of Conservation (DoC) spotted a rare white humpback whale in the Cook Strait yesterday.

  9. Video for Raniera Tau charged with the killing and possession of dead kereru
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    Raniera Tau charged with the killing and possession of dead kereru

    Iwi leader Raniera (Sonny) Tau has been charged by the Department of Conservation after being caught at Invercargill Airport carrying dead kererū. 

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    Ngāpuhi chairman under investigation for poaching wood pigeons

    It is alleged Ngāpuhi chairman Sonny Tau is under investigation for poaching the protected native wood pigeon. 

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